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Jesus on the Lam

A “Weird Legend” has it that Jesus escaped to Japan following the crucifixion of his brother at Golgotha:

In the years leading up to World War II, ancient scrolls turned up in the hands of a Shinto priest just outside of Tokyo. They pertained to two small, forgotten graves in the remote mountains of northern Honshu, the main island of Japan.

The scrolls -- written in a Japanese so archaic that only experts can read it -- recount the unlikely tale of Christ's escape from death, and were purportedly written -- or at least dictated -- by Jesus himself as his last will and testament. Call it the Last Testament.

(Link found on Die Puny Humans.)


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